Criminal Appeals and Post-Conviction Remedies
Criminal Appeals Basics:
- Criminal Appeal Basics – Simple explanation of the appeals process that occurs when a person convicted of a crime asks a higher court to review their case for legal errors.
- Appeals Process and Habeas Corpus FAQ– Answers to frequently asked questions, explaining appeals, the writ of habeas corpus petition and the their differences.
Writs and Habeas Corpus:
- Writs – An overview of writs, which are orders defendants can request from higher courts outside the normal appeals process and which have their own detailed requirements.
- Habeas Corpus – Details on the writ of habeas corpus, which in extraordinary cases federal courts can issue requiring release of wrongly imprisoned individuals
The Criminal Appeals Process:
- Appeals, Courts, and Costs – A breakdown of appeals in the criminal context, including what they are, where they are filed, and related costs.
- The Basis for an Appeal – Discussion of the grounds for a criminal defendant’s appeal by appellate courts.
- The Number of Appeals Allowed – Find out the number of appeals that are allowed and the timeline for notifying the courts.
- Reversing a Conviction – Learn about the likelihood a court might reverse a conviction or sentence.
Austin Appeals Defense: The Charles Johnson Law Firm
Dealing with the appeals process is difficult and time consuming. An experienced attorney from the Charles Johnson Law Firm in Austin, Texas can help you plan your next move. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.